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Fallujah Refugees Face Dire Straits in Camps

One lonely latrine stands on the dusty edge of an open pit – the only facility for 3,000 people recently escaped from Fallujah. The women use the latrine. The men and children just use the dusty alleys behind the rows of white tents where they live. The Norwegian Refugee Council, one of a group of aid agencies trying to help the displaced, is struggling. “Safe drinking water, latrines and medical care remain an immediate priority and extremely urgent,” NRC Iraq Country Director Nasr...

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